Freight Forward International (FFI)
1994, as Freight Forward Europe (FFE) by 8 of Europe's leading freight forwarding companies.
Provide global logistics service providers with a knowledge-sharing platform to better serve customer needs; reinforce the direct business advantage of large global logistics service providers through a united approach towards legislators and regulators, suppliers and client groups in relation to standards development and questions of mutual interest in the industry; provide leadership and direction for the freight forwarding and logistics industry for the benefit of the whole profession; act as an interlocutor with European policy-makers and cooperate with other sectors of the transport, trade and industry so as to enhance the direct business interest of participating companies; focus on policies to enable freight forwarders to perform their services and activities efficiently and to diversify the range and scope of their services as integrated-service providers; provide advice and facilitate information exchange among members.Available with paid subscription only.
Issues include: freedom to choose the best available transportation means; ability to rely on competitive carriers operating in an efficient infrastructure; availability of communication means; ability to operate in markets in fair competition with other service providers.
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